Save Your Dragon

Player Rating5.56/8

"#124 overall, #15 for 2011"
based on 287 ratings since 02/15/2012
played 5,448 times (finished 312)

Story Difficulty4/8

"march in the swamp"

Play Length5/8

"Not going to lose any sleep"

Maturity Level4/8

"need to be accompanied by an adult"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 13. If this were a movie, it would probably be PG.

Your best friend, the dragon Redscale has been abducted by an unknown adversary. Get yourself a companion, find Redscale and find out who took him.

This is the remodeled version of the original. There will be more story and it is going to be longer. Some of the comments gave me an idea how to redo it.  The story has three sides to it. Thanks to the work of my Co-author, I've got a great story. For that, I thank him. 

Comments and ratings wanted to help for future stories!

Player Comments

Amazing, this was quite an adventure! I really found the bond between Redscale and the protagonist to be one of the major highlights to this story, not that there weren't many highlights that I enjoyed. It's just that their bond was written well and in a very endearing way.

The combat in this game was pretty good as well, and the game felt long, but it never did feel like it was dragging on to it's destination.

There were some issues with the grammar, and some dialogue choices were rather oddly placed. It wasn't too bad that it curbed my enjoyment of this by much :)

All in all, this was very engaging.
-- TharaApples on 10/28/2016 12:30:13 PM with a score of 0
1)Linearity-wish I could choose more options
2)Spelling- at times it was off
3)dialogue- it was a little wierd sometimes
4)A little to fast paced- things could have been developed better.

1)Long- this was the perfect amount of length. Not to long or to short.
2)Battles- I really felt like I was the character in the fights which made them extremely enjoyable.
3)Characters- I found myself actually rooting for them and that I wanted to see more of them.
4) Inspiration- This was a very original game which I liked. Nice world you created.

A nice game overall. Though there were some flaws you more than made up for them. You had a great story and I loved the way it turned out. I sincerely hope that you make more.

Favorite parts: The battle against Quon

Nice job Killer.

-- JMgskills on 2/20/2012 1:38:16 PM with a score of 0
the colours were kinda weird
-- mirkwood on 1/13/2019 6:32:44 PM with a score of 0
I love dragons and this was fun so please make another game like this or a sequel.
-- lilkitty on 10/10/2018 1:48:53 AM with a score of 0
-- PrincessStarlight on 4/30/2018 8:23:33 AM with a score of 0
this is the best thing i have ever played
-- draco on 10/17/2017 11:40:48 AM with a score of 0
It was an amazing story. The storyline made it as if I was actually part of the story, and the connections between the characters felt real. The only bad thing about this story is that, well, it wasn't supposed to really be that. After the very beginning, I felt that I was just reading a book, a very good one, but I meant to play a game.

I could see all the hard work that went into this masterpiece. Nice job.
-- LastChance74823 on 8/8/2017 10:25:20 PM with a score of 0
Amazing! I love it!
-- Winterwolf10700 on 5/6/2017 4:34:59 PM with a score of 0
Cool story. A bit like Eragon.
-- Dovahkeen Super Saiyan on 4/16/2017 1:17:36 AM with a score of 0
There was enthusiasm and interest in creating this. I applaud the author for having that joy and desire to create come through in the writing. Unfortunately I cannot rate this highly nor recommend it even if it has a good core. I usually do not let spelling or composition influence my ratings (or weight then heavily if I do,) but this honestly NEEDS a proof read. Some things could be caught by running through spell check, but most are composition problems. There are constant tense changes even within the same paragraph or sentence from past, to present and back being most common. There are contradictions and logic holes (such as part where a butcher greets you, then says nothing during your transaction, you pay and leave. How were you able to select the cuts you wanted or get a total price from him? It may seem not picky, and I don't say it to be cruel, but this story is full of such issues as well as dialog which only serves to forward the plot and is not organic or natural at all. Right at the beginning of the story the protagonist muses to themselves about the plot holes and convenient logic of the situation as though by having them point it out the reader no longer needs to ask the same questions. I have this game a reasonably high score given that it is the first word game on this site that I almost could not bring myself to finish. I wrote this review not to pick apart or mock someone's labor, but because obviously the author is a creative and imaginative person with good ideas trying to bring joy to others. I respect them for that and would like to see them create to the potential hinted at in this story. I feel like an editor, co writer, or proof reader with experience and skill could really benefit this story and the writer. I do not recommend this game unless you do not care about immersion or consistency, but I look forward to playing other games from this author as they clearly have a passion to create and entertain. There's a lot of criticism in this review and I hope not to come off too harsh. I don't know the authors background or how far they have grown their skills since this was written. I could not enjoy this story due to the technical failings but am not insulting their vision or craft, and this is just my opinion. What do I know? I'm not on the newtork times beast seller list and have yet to publish any stories on this site. Take it with a grain of salt, imho- skip this one as it stands, but don't write this author off.
-- kyo787 on 4/11/2017 4:56:43 PM with a score of 0
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